Out of his league

Ferry (right) might be GM, but he doesn't wield the power in Cleveland. David Liam Kyle/Getty Images

No team, even the one that ultimately wins this year's championship, would turn down the chance to get reigning two-time MVP LeBron James, The Player. Aside from being the most dominant physical talent in the NBA, he is a box-office and advertising draw capable of doubling the value of a franchise.

But if getting James, The Player, means having to take on James, The GM, that's a trickier proposition.